findinglisp wrote:Okay, so maybe I'll whack the various implementation forums for now and create them again if needed. I wasn't wild about creating them in the first place since they take up a lot of vertical space in the top-level listing and they will tend to fragment the discussion. The main goal with doing is was to prevent one particular implementation from taking over the general forums or forcing people to wade through lots of implementation-specific detail for an implementation they aren't using (SBCL and PLT were the main concerns there, since they have such high usage).
hilbertastronaut wrote:Anybody used tinyscheme? I was thinking about using it as an embedded language but have been following ECL instead and am pleased with that.
findinglisp wrote:hilbertastronaut wrote:Anybody used tinyscheme? I was thinking about using it as an embedded language but have been following ECL instead and am pleased with that.
How is ECL working out for you? I had been thinking about using that for one of my projects. It seems to have one of the lowest footprints of all the CL implementations, at least before you start loading a lot code and data (just the startup footprint); CLISP might be smaller once you reach the full application working set size, but I never went so far as to measure it.
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